This guy played on "So What" and "Giant Steps". Right there, he is legendary, but that only represents about .01% of the recordings he was on, it must seriously be in the thousands. And as far as who he played with, it is basically anyone you have heard of between the years of oh..say 1956 and 1965, it is ridiculoso! If you are into playing jazz, you gotta know this guy. It's like entire books could be written about him or something!
Here is the head in both bass clef and that other clef. You can give the other copy to a piano/guitar player and do a unison line like they did it on the recording. Horn players are gonna have to transpose it themselves if you have one those playing along. Take a listen to what it sounds like on the video at the end of the post also. Make it swing! Use your favorite blues changes for the soloing.